Silk sarees from Karnataka as well as southern Maharashtra. Weaving has been done in Ilkal in Bellary district since 8th century. Traditionally these carry pallus in red silk with Kasuti embroidery, though now other colours are used. See Kasuti Embroidery. They have characteristic white silk yarn bands in the pallu. Ilkal sarees can come in silk-cotton as well. They have characteristic contrast borders, often in mayilkan (peacock’s eyes) pattern in red and golden yellow.